Tracked OHRV Registration Requirements
As of July 1, 2012, in order to operate on state-approved snowmobile trails, an OHRV (wheeled vehicle) that has had the wheels or tires removed and replaced with tracks, cleats or skis, MUST be properly registered in New Hampshire as a snowmobile.
The tracked OHRV must meet the definition of a snowmobile as defined by law.
The OHRV, with the tracks on, cannot exceed 54 inches in width and 1,200 pounds.
If operating as a wheeled vehicle, a New Hampshire OHRV registration is required.
Machines operated as a tracked OHRV on snowmobile trails in the winter, and as a wheeled OHRV, must be dually registered in New Hampshire; both an OHRV and snowmobile registration are required. Both sets of decal stickers must be displayed on the machine.
JERICHO ATV FESTIVAL
Jericho ATV Festival—August 1, 2 & 3, 2014
By: Buddy Dionne
It’s All About The MUDD!
st 2nd and 3rd brought the fifth annual Jericho Festival. The Festival is held in Berlin NH at the Jericho State Park. This year the Festival had some new additions to the venue. The first addition was the factories sent the teams in and set up their displays. Polaris had one full size tractor trailer and a smaller trailer pulled by a dually. They had many ATVs and UTVs on display. It was great to see the new models they had to offer.
Yamaha showed up with their tractor trailer with a truck load of new ma-chines. They had their machines all laid out under their awning with plenty of help on hand to answer your questions.
On the north side of the park Can Am set up their display. They were located right next to the demo track. They also had a tractor trailer full of the latest and greatest Can Ams. All the test drivers kept the sales people busy through the two days they were there.
Not to be out done -Artic Cat also set up on the north side of the park with a full load of new ATVs and UTVs. It was great to see what they had to offer.
We hope the manufactures will return to this awesome event next year.
The next new addition was the ATV pull this pull was spon-sored by HK Power sports of Hooksett NH. The event was run by the New Hampshire ATV Club and its volunteers. The pull was about 100 feet on a clay track. The pull sled was owned and operated by John Parrot and family known as JP Pulling from Hyde Park VT. They put on a great show. Some of the winners were John Mc Swain, Aaron Poulin, Diane Dionne, Andy Engwer, Robbi Curtis and Ricky Beaudet all of the first place winners got trophies. The pull went well and every-one had a lot of fun.
The last new addition to the Festival was RaveX stunt show. This was a high flying, dare devil, breath holding, insane show. The high flying jumps and flips were ab-solutely nuts. This is a must see show.
The other big event is the Mud Races. This is always a crowd favorite. ATVs line up four abreast and try to beat the clock. It is a wild and wet event that keeps you want-ing more. Along with the mud race is the wreck the dress for scorned brides and grooms. This year there were three brides and one groom that de-stroyed their dresses and suits.
The festival had a number of other vendors, such as food, local deal-ers. ATV accesso-ries, NH State Fish and Game, NH Trails Bureau, NHOHVA and other displays. Along with all this there was an ATC (3 wheeler) event. Boy there were some nicely restored ATCs. The final head count was around 3,500 at-tendees. I would say fun was had by all.
Hope to see you next year. Save the Date for the 6th Annual Jericho ATV Festival July 31, August 2 & 3, 2015.
PLEASE CONTACT THE ANDROS-COGGIN VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR MORE INFOR-MATION. 603-752-6060
Bill SuzorKaren Suzor ATV people came together on a 20 degree day to raise over $15,500.00 for a fellow rider. As Tom Mcgee faces an enourmous medical challenge... he will have today's images stuck in his head. You know first hand that hope never quits
Charity Poker Run
Tom McGee (Tucker’s Dad)
Fight Against Colon Cancer
November 22, 2014 at 0900 hours
On Mount Moosilauke Trail System
Registration at Warren Town Hall next to the Missile
20 Dollar Donation per hand
No State ATV Registration Required
Contact Andy NH ATV Club 603-340-3975
Event Sponsored By:
NH ATV Club
Blurred Vision ATV Club
Mount Moosilauke ATV Club
We are excited to announce the winner of the Go Pro Camera from the Toys for Tots
Ride that took place at Bear Brook State Park in November.
winner of the Go Pro Camera donated by H K Powersports was John Jones of
Sun. November 9th , 8:00 am -12:30 at Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, NH
HK Powersports – Hooksett, NH
Grappone Toyota - Bow, NH
Toys for Tots is Sponsored by the US Marine Corps
Special Offer: HK Powersports will be giving away a Gopro Camera! Attendees over the age of 16 will receive 1 entry for bringing a toy. Completed entries must be dropped off- in person - at HK- 1354 Hooksett Rd- by Monday Dec. 1st. (NHATV Directors and their spouses are excluded from this offer.)
Had a great day...250+ toys for the TOTS...a big "Thannk you" to our sponsors and and of those great riders that joined us for the worthy event...see you all in 2015...
P.O. Box 161
North Strafford, NH 03590
11th Annual Millsfield ATV Poker Run When: Saturday August 23rd from 8am to 4pm. Where: Millsfield ATV Club House in Errol NH This is always a great event with good food. The Millsfield and Umbagog ATV Clubs get together and have a great BBQ. Hamburgs, hot dogs, sausage sandwiches, ice cream, homemade desserts and yes even those famous Rita’s devil eggs. There are plenty of raffles and prizes to be had. Now talk about scenic views they are hard to beat. The poker run goes around Millsfield Pond and usually is around 30 to 40 miles. This event always brings a large crowd with plenty of fun. You got to have fun! Hope you can attend.
Once again, the 2013 Poker Run was a sucess with about 140 bikes. The summer was dry so the trails were dusty but it was hard to complain about too much nice weather. The highlight was the view of the new wind towers. Station three was very close to it and the tip of the blades going 200 mph, it was cool to see.
We are looking forward to the 2014 Poker Run on Saturday August twenty third ...mark your calendars for a fun filled day.
My name is John Gray. I have lived the majority of my life in Salem, NH. My wife, Michelle and I have two great children, Nicole and John Jr, both of whom attend college. I started riding at around age 8 on a Honda Z50a mini bike. I moved up the ranks on dirt bikes, up to a Yamaha YZ426F. I have had quite a few all-terrain vehicles, starting with a Honda 200x, Honda 350x, Yamaha Banshee, Polaris xplorer 400 and most recently I have a Polaris Sportsman 850. I enjoy riding with my wife, my kids, family and the members of the club. I also enjoy boating up on the big lake. (Lake Winnipesaukee). I joined NHATV club to get out and ride more, meet people that like what I like and to help promote and maintain a sport I enjoy.